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Tag Archives: abortion
In June this year the Supreme Court vacated Roe v. Wade with an extreme, repetitive, and oddly argued opinion that will, despite assurances to the contrary, threaten a constellation of basic rights that have been built up over the past … Continue reading
Posted in Politics, Sociocultural Tagged abortion, Casey, Christian, Dobbs, Eisenstadt, Federalist, Griswold, LGBTQ, Loving, marriage, Obergefell, originalist, religion, Roe, Supreme Court Comments Off on Supreme Ego
The nomination and confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh as the fifth radical conservative justice on the Supreme Court of the United States is now concluded. Our highest court is now firmly in the hands of the oligarchy. Yes, that’s what … Continue reading
Posted in Politics Tagged #MeToo, abortion, committee, conservative, corporate, Democrat, GOP, judiciary, Kavanaugh, oligarchy, Republican, Senate, sexual harassment, Supreme Court, Trump Comments Off on Supreme Kavanaugh
A week ago, Donald Trump was right about something. He was right about abortion. Yes, that sentence includes a pun. His position was, admittedly, far right, as befits a modern Republican candidate for the highest office in our country. In … Continue reading
Posted in Politics Tagged abortion, anti-choice, baby parts, clinic, health, hypocrisy, Planned Parenthood, pregnancy, pro-life, prosecute, punish, Republican, Roe v Wade, Trump, women Comments Off on Trump Anti-choice
On June 26 the United States Supreme Court released a ruling stating that no state government within the country can pass or enforce laws that restrict marriage to “one man and one woman”. In addition, they ruled that every state … Continue reading
Posted in Politics, Sociocultural Tagged abortion, civil rights, discrimination, equality, gay, LGBT, marriage, minority, Supreme Court, voting, Voting Rights Act Comments Off on LGBT Success!
The Supreme Court is currently working on two cases regarding same-sex marriage. The first (Hollingsworth v. Perry) would determine whether or not to overturn the Ninth Circuit court’s decision that found California’s Proposition 8 to be unconstitutional. Prop 8 banned … Continue reading
Posted in Politics, Sociocultural Tagged abortion, bible, civil rights, congress, conservative, DOMA, gay, homosexual, justice, LGBT, marriage, polygamy, Proposition 8, same-sex, states rights, Sureme Court Comments Off on Supreme Marriage
Why the 14th Amendment?
There has been a recent spate of arguments in favor of amending the United States Constitution. Pressure to amend an amendment, actually. This new push is coming from conservatives, but it’s not a new impulse among them, and their true … Continue reading
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